Rose Elliott - I have begun concentrating on framing my fabric paintings. These are created in disperse dyes, using just the three primary colours plus black. I use these to paint onto watercolour paper after having created an initial detailed drawing. The paintings are then sublimated onto fabric using heat and pressure. I often add a three-dimensional detail - maybe the fin of a fish, a flower petal or a trail of seaweed - created separately and sewn onto the painting.
The Tank. Handpainted dyes on fabric with 3D elements (fins and weed).
The Tank (a bit closer)
Apples 1, Handpainted dyes on fabric with 3D detail - leaves.
Oriental Poppy 1, Hand painted dyes on fabric with 3D detail - bottom petal.
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